MTN Ghana Compensates Customers With 2 Gigabyte Free Internet Data: Undersea Cable Issue Resolved
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MTN Ghana Compensates Customers With 2 Gigabyte Free Internet Data: Undersea Cable Issue Resolved

Ghanaian giant telecommunications network “MTN” has fulfilled its free 2 gigabyte free internet data promise made to customers as announced yesterday, Wednesday January 22, 2020.

Starting from today, Thursday, January 23rd, 2020. All customers of MTN will receive the above mentioned 2gig free internet package in their accounts, this is as a result of the recent disruption in data and international outbound call service.

The disruption occured last week due to cut in the undersea cable delivering the service. According to to the CEO of MTN Ghana Selorm Adadevoh who spoke further on this stated clearly that, The 2 gigabyte Free Internet data will be given out to all MTN customers, and it is only valid for 2 days.

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MTN Ghana Compensates Customers With 2 Gigabyte Free Internet Data: Undersea Cable Issue Resolved
MTN Ghana Compensates Customers With 2 Gigabyte Free Internet Data: Undersea Cable Issue Resolved

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